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Distribution of Pasteurella haemolytica in the respiratory tracts of calves with no apparent clinical signs of illness and those infected experimentally with Dictyocaulus viviparus was determined so as to define carrier sites for this organism. The calves had been positive by nasopharyngeal swab...

Author(s)
Shoo, M. K.; Wiseman, A.; Allan, E. M.; Dalgleish, R. G.; Gibbs, H. A.; Al-Hendi, A. B.; Selman, I. E.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1990, 48, 3, pp 383-385
Abstract

This combination of infections was investigated on a farm in the Chuvash ASSR having 4800 calves. Acute cases died within 2-3 days. Chronic cases were depressed, lacked appetite and breathed rapidly. Four schemes of treatment, combining pasteurellosis immune serum, antibiotics, anthelmintics and...

Author(s)
Petrov, V. E.
Citation
Veterinariya (Moskva), 1990, No.7, pp 45-48
Abstract

Simultaneous occurrence of Fasciola hepatica, Dicrocoelium dendriticum, various bacteria and fungi was a common cause of acute and subacute illness in cattle between August and October, and chronic illness at other times of the year. Sheep were often infected with a combination of Dictyocaulus...

Author(s)
Petrov, Yu. F.
Citation
Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov - Leningradskiĭ Veterinarnyĭ Institut, 1988, 94, pp 69-75
Abstract

Homogenates of D. viviparus from cattle at a farm in the USSR, where pasteurellosis and dictyocauliasis are endemic, and of larvae obtained from ova, extracted from the uterus of these nematodes, produced bacterial growth in cultures, if untreated by antibiotics, and were lethal to mice. D....

Author(s)
Shakhmurzov, M. M.; Kuznetsov, S. V.
Publisher
"Kolos", Moscow, USSR
Citation
Parazitotsenozy i assotsiativnye bolezni., 1984, pp 120-126
Abstract

The storage of animal excreta and their effluent creates a concentration of infectious agents which may contaminate healthy animals from the same herd or from neighbouring herds, and even people. Under certain conditions, bacteria are able to multiply in effluent from stock housing and 2 groups...

Author(s)
Vallet, A.
Citation
Fourrages, 1994, No. 140, pp 431-442
Abstract

Russian literature, including the author's own work, on dictyocauliasis and bronchopneumonia in sheep and cattle as a basis for control, is briefly discussed.

Author(s)
Panasyuk, D. I.; Shigina, N. G.
Publisher
"KOLOS", Moscow, USSR
Citation
Legochnye gel'mintozy zhvachnykh zhivotnykh. (Nauchnye Trudy VASKhNIL)., 1981, pp 110-113
Abstract

The suggestion that some anthelmintics possess activity against Pasteurella, which arose after anthelmintic treatment against dictyocauliasis prevented outbreaks of severe clinical disease caused by mixed infection with Dictyocaulus and Pasteurella, was not confirmed in the laboratory. The...

Author(s)
Shakhmurzov, M. M.; Fedotov, V. B.
Citation
Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel'mintologii im. K.I. Skryabina, 1983, No.33, pp 83-84
Abstract

In 1978-79 in 3 areas of the European USSR, mixed Dictyocaulus and Pasteurella infections produced heavy disease and mortality of 60 to 80% of calves. Of 90 lungs from calves with bronchopneumonia, 63 had both infections and of 28 which died of Pasteurella infection, 26 also had Dictyocualus....

Author(s)
Shakhmurzov, M. M.
Publisher
"KOLOS", Moscow, USSR
Citation
Legochnye gel'mintozy zhvachnykh zhivotnykh. (Nauchnye Trudy VASKhNIL)., 1981, pp 116-120
Abstract

Groups of calves were infected with Pasteurella (0.0001 ml of culture intratracheally or 50 ml orally alone), simultaneously with or 12 h after infection with D. viviparus larvae (1000 to 4000/animal) and the changes observed post mortem in the various groups were compared. The most severe changes...

Author(s)
Shagidalov, M. Sh.; Shubin, V. A.
Citation
Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Ėksperimental'noĭ Veterinarii, 1981, No.42, pp 79-81
Abstract

A detailed description is given of experiments made on calves, and occasionally, other experimental animals, aimed at demonstrating the relationships between Dictyocaulus viviparus and Pasteurella multocida. Different doses of both pathogens were used in oral or, in the case of P. multocida, also...

Author(s)
Sidorov, M. A.; Panasyuk, D. I.; Shakhmurzov, M. M.
Publisher
"Kolos", Moscow, USSR
Citation
Parazitotsenozy i assotsiativnye bolezni., 1984, pp 179-195

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